Former Buckeye star Ezekiel Elliott of the Dallas Cowboys, is facing a six game NFL suspension for a domestic violence incident dating back to July of 2016. While Elliott, with the help of the NFL Players Association prepares for an appeal, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer is expressing concern for his former player.
"I worry about him," Meyer said Wednesday in an interview with ESPN. "I don't know all of the stories about the accusations but I'm always warning our team about that. When you become that kind of person, you have to really be cautious who you're around and who you're with and I just worry about him."
Meyer said he had not spoken with Elliott recently.
"He's not as easy to get as he used to be," Meyer said.
You can see Meyer's comment to ESPN below.